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Bug#103944: marked as done ([potato] Debian install, yes/no prompt wrong colour)

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Package: install
Version: Potato

Simple bug very frustrating for newbies.

In the setup system the colour red is used to indicate a choice.  This 
is patently obvious once you are used to it but counter intuitive when 
you are not, red means stop or NOT.  You need to either make it very 
obvious it is selected with boxes or underscores around the selected 
option or change the colour to another one.  This caused me to install 
Debian several times.

The final question on more CD's can't the various installs know that it 
should map three CDs.  This broke my install a couple of times, strange 


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Date: 08 Jul 2001 21:51:04 -0400
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This bug is fixed in Woody.

.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onshore.com.....<URL:http://www.onshored.com/>

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